is not planning a world tour in 2015, according to a senior executive at her record label.
Martin Mills, chief of Beggars Group, which owns Adele's record label XL -- said that there was "no truth" in rumours that the singer would be returning to the live arena next year in support of her forthcoming third studio album, reported Billboard magazine.
The 26-year-old singer recently teased that the title of her new album will be titled 25, keeping in line with her previously records 19 and 21.
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A message on the World Music Awards' official Twitter feed had claimed that the award-winning star would take to the road next year in support of the new record. Adele's spokesperson refused to comment on the reports.
The singer has worked with Ryan Tedder for the new collection, with the OneRepublic frontman saying "she is sounding even better than ever".
It will be the first new material released by Adele since her James Bond theme Skyfall back in October 2012, which won her a Golden Globe, an Academy Award, a Brit Award and a Grammy Award.